Born Ceasar Bernard Mazza in New York, my communication skills began at an early age. With an Italian family of 6 sisters and 2 older brothers, pasta was the favorite dish 3 times a week, but we didn’t mind.
In New York state I was always amazed at the different architectural styling of homes. When driving by during our Sunday outings with the family, my sisters would always yell out how they liked this one and that one referring to mostly tudor homes in and around the area of Suffern, Tuxedo, Spring Valley and other towns. Little did I know that someday these different style homes would be a large part of my trade as a real estate agent in later years.
After studying architecture and realizing the different structures, elevations and sizes available to us all inspired my interest in personnel habitat. Keeping track of building and land cost through the years has helped me these days determine real values of my clients homes they need to sell or want to buy.
As it was, my real estate career would wait until my 10 year exposure to restaurant management was brought to an end as soon as my family started to blossom. After working for two of the finest companies in the states, Howard Johnson’s and Tony Roma’s who taught me how kitchens work and their importance associated with the residential home.
It wasn’t until 1985 that I achieved my real estate license here in Georgia that I was to incorporate my school’s life and desire to help with my real estate trade.
Now, feeling right at home selling homes from 800 square feet to 10,000 square feet, all must have some kind of the same functionality worked into each. A kitchen should be setup to easily accommodate day in and day out smooth operations. Dining rooms should be close to the kitchen but may also have a butler’s pantry to ease in the foods transition.
My past experience with restaurant management has also taught me that people love cleanliness, incorporating this in presenting our clients homes for sale has achieved a great deal of success.
Marketing homes, estates, horse farms or any real estate has been a great way of showing off one’s finest features in any property. To me, taking advantage of all of the latest technologies is what I put forth with our clients listings. Example
Now with hundreds of homes, horse farms, estates and homes on acreage sold behind me, I can offer this expertise to you, whether you’re buying, selling or both, either way it’s something I enjoy which translates into a transaction you will benefit from.
For new homes there is Nicole Mazza Campbell, Associate Broker, KnMazza@Gmail.com 404-519-0734
Intown Atlanta Properties there’s James Mazza, Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, James@ATLHome.com 770-633-9520